The ghosts will come out to play downtown on Oct. 28

Published on Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Joada Hiatt, the preeminent authority of ghost stories in Greer, will host the annual frightening tour downtown on Tuesday, Oct. 28.

Hiatt, the author of several books on Greer’s history, will conduct the walk beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the depot on Randall Street, up Trade Street and ending at the Heritage Museum on S. Main Street. The walk is about ¼ mile long.

Ghosts of the railroad, downtown buildings and museum will be told. A sit-down session, for those who prefer not to walk, will be held at The Davenport at the corner of Trade and Randall Street, also at 5:30 p.m. The session will be about ghosts other than downtown.

The stories are appropriate for ages 8 up. A donation of $5 is requested by the Museum to support its programs.

The Greer Station Association, 864-416-0125, and Heritage Museum, 864-877-3377, are sponsoring the event.

For information call Greer Development Corporation at 864-416-0125 or the museum at 864-877-3377.





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